Onoway Museum and Heritage Centre
Onoway Museum
confirmation class
Floor Plan
Facility Bookings
About the Guild
Plan A Visit
Programs History
Events & Links
Contact Us

About the Guild

The Onoway and District Historical Guild was formally established in 2003.

The Onoway and District Museum is an integral part of the community and helps keep the community of Onoway and district vibrant and active in the present, and, at the same time, tells the story of Onoway and district, both past and present, through exhibits and interactive and engaging programs that inform, inspire and educate.


The Onoway and District Historical Guild preserves local history, strengthening the bonds between past and present through resources, exhibits and programs. The Guild provides a multi-use facility enabling community growth and enrichment.


The Museum will collect, preserve, research, exhibit and interpret those artifacts and archival materials that become available to the Museum which are consistent with the Collections Management Policy of the Museum.

Accordingly, the Museum will serve the public by using its collection to provide a basis for its exhibits and educational programs, for research and study, and for culture and educational enrichment.

The Museum will encourage awareness and appreciation of our history through active involvement by community members.

The Heritage Centre will provide space on a lease or hourly rental basis to groups, organizations, clubs, families and instructors to provide opportunities for learning, self-improvement, group interaction and participation.


A current copy of the Bylaws of the Onoway and District Historical Guild is available here.

Board of Directors

Hazel Bourke
Vice President
Wade Neilson
Jim Fegyverneki
Michelle Bourke
Past President
Terry Slemko

Shirley Boissonnault
Lynn Spreen
Patricia St Hilaire


Held every 3rd Wednesday of the month
(except July & December)
in Room 3
at the Onoway Heritage Centre

Meeting Time: 7:00 pm

All Visitors Welcome


Membership Fee is $10.00 per calendar year

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Funding Assistance
The Onoway and District Historical Guild gratefully acknowledges funding assistance from:
Many Individuals
Local Businesses
Alberta Museums Association
Alliance Pipelines
Government of Alberta
Government of Canada
Lac Ste. Anne County FCSS
Onoway Community Police
Radio Network
Town of Onoway FCSS
Edmonton Community

We thank you for your help so that we may continue to develop and
expand the
museum collection and displays.

To make a donation, contact the Onoway Museum and Heritage Centre office
or make a donation by clicking the "Donate Now" button shown below.

Go to top of page
Recognized Museum 2017-2022
Onoway Museum Facebook

Visitor  Information  Centre
located at the Museum

3D question mark

Donate Now through CanadaHelps.org
Operated by Onoway and District Historical Guild